12 Movie Fan Theories That Are So Darn Good, People Wish They Were Actually True

1. The Dursleys were mean to Harry because he was a Horcrux in the Harry Potter universe.


“(This isn’t my theory, and I can’t remember where I saw it — but full credit to the theorist!) Essentially, the theory posits that the reason the Dursleys were so awful to Harry was because he was one of Voldemort’s Horcruxes, which specifically aim to cause chaos and negativity in their surroundings.”

2. Peter Parker is worthy of wielding Mjölnir in Avengers: Endgame.


“I could think of a million answers for this, but this one’s my favorite theory:

3. Also, Mary Jane betrayed Peter B. Parker in Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse.


“There was a theory that said M.J. betrayed Spider-Man. Basically, it’s because she wasn’t helping Miles like Aunt May did, and she was too calm being around Kingpin after he killed Peter. Then, there’s the part where Peter tells Miles to ‘be careful who he trusts’ before he dies.”

4. The plot of The Corpse Bride is actually Victor’s wedding eve nightmare.


“The entire plot is actually Victor’s nightmare from the night before he meets Victoria, because he’s nervous about getting married. Victor has this image in his head of the woman he wants to marry, and she came to life in his nightmare as Emily. She’s free and beautiful — things he is not — kind of like the butterfly that’s been sitting in the glass on his window sill. So, when he wakes up, he sets it free, like he did to Emily in his nightmare.”

5. Nina’s overprotective mother in Black Swan wasn’t real.


“I think Nina’s creepy mom is a figment of her imagination that represents her childish, virginal side. Her mom was never in any scenes with other people until the very end (and the scene with Mila Kunis, which ended up being a drug dream).”

6. The briefcase in Pulp Fiction contains Marsellus Wallace’s soul.


“It’s a classic one, but I always liked that theory. The otherworldly glow that emanated from the case, the Band-Aid on the back of his neck (from where his soul was taken), how valuable the case is to him…it all fits!”

7. Also, Jules in Pulp Fiction and Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are the same person.


“And the contents of Marsellus Wallace’s briefcase was actually one of the Infinity Stones. It’s pretty tenuous, and the only ‘real’ evidence is the Ezekiel 25:17 verse being on Nick Fury’s headstone, but it’s still one of my favorites!”

8. The parents of Lilo and Nani from Lilo and Stitch were actually CIA agents.


“That’s why Agent Bubbles kept such a close eye on the girls instead of a normal social worker because, let’s face it, Agent Bubbles was not a real social worker!”

9. Sandy died on the beach at the beginning of Grease.


“This is not a joke. My grandma never liked us watching the movie because she was convinced Sandy died on the beach at the beginning. She claimed that the entire movie was one big fantasy, which explained why it was so surreal.”

10. The movie Life was a stealth origin story for Venom.


“I still prefer to imagine that this one is true, since it fits the mythos so well. Both are Sony films, too, so they own all those characters. Life could even be an alternate universe, since Deadpool and Mysterio show up. It still would have been better than what we got for both films!”

11. Andy’s mom in the Toy Story universe is Emily, Jessie’s original owner.


“I always loved that one.”

12. The entire ending — from when Cooper awakes at the space habitat onward — is actually Cooper’s delirium before his death in Interstellar.


“He never actually got out of the tesseract alive and never got to meet his daughter again. There’s some subtle proof in the movie, like his daughter’s family not looking at him when he walks to her bed.”

 

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